Signs for Echigo-TsumariSigns for NO BUTAI Snow-Land Agrarian Culture Center, Matsudai


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About the artwork

The concept of the Totem is that each one is humanized and looks like a person talking with people and giving information including names of artworks, distances to sites,etc. The drawings were mostly inspired by agricultural forms/tools, landscapes and animals of Matsudai, and the other humanized signs were drawn with more free concept with humanized signs. In total about 50 drawings were created.

*For multi-area artworks that are scattered across multiple areas or developed on the Internet, the stamp will be placed at the tourist information center in Tokamachi Station during the Triennale, so the location information on the website and applications will show Tokamachi Station.

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Artwork no. A001
Production year 2000
Opening hours Daytime
Admission During the Triennale and the Four Seasons Program, please purchase a passport or common ticket to view the artworks.
Area Matsudai、Tokamachi、Nakasato、Kawanishi、Matsunoyama、Tsunan
Village Across the Region
Open dates Late April (open to the public one after another after the snow melts) - end of October (It will be sequentially enclosed by the snow fence from November.)
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